Topics covered in the virtual workshop will include:
Principles and overview of community engagement including
Recruiting community members/neighbors including:
Stakeholder analysis – determining who is important to involve
Strategies to encourage their involvement
Meeting planning and design to encourage community participation and engagement
Decision-making strategies that seek maximum appropriate involvement of stakeholders
Describe meeting planning and design strategies that encourage participation and engagement.
Identify key factors to support the recruitment and retention of community members.
Conduct a stakeholder analysis.
Describe how different coalition structures can help support different coalition needs and goals.
Describe decision-making strategies that seek maximum appropriate involvement of stakeholders.
Length of Learning Opportunity
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Presenter(s) and/or Content Experts
Facilitation of the training will be provided by Sarah Davis. Sarah’s background includes coalition leadership, including with the smoke-free movement in Colorado in the early 2000s, Colorado Amendment 35 tobacco tax, and with Nevada’s smoke-free casino efforts until 2014, when she joined the RM-PHTC. Sarah is a graduate from the Interaction Institute’s Facilitative Leadership for Social Changeprogram and she holds a Masters degree in Nonprofit Management.
Registration is limited to individuals from Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, or Wyoming
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